Securefast New Website Is Now Live www.securefast.co.uk
Posted on 01-02-2021
We are excited to announce the launch of our newly designed website www.securefast.co.uk. Along with a new look, we have included a host of new and exciting features that will make visiting the site easier and more interactive.
Electro-Magnetic Locks the Correct Specification
Posted on 05-12-2020
With the requirement for certificated products since the Grenfell Tower disaster, Securefast based in Cannock, Staffordshire, have seen an increase in sales for their electro-magnetic locks, with many clients, contractors and door manufacturers requesting the correct fire test and performance test evidence.
Kevin Farrell, Purchase Manager for Securefast celebrates 40 years of service this month
Posted on 04-12-2020
Kevin joined the company straight from school in 1980 with the then Jack Appleton Lock Company working in the production area as a junior. He progressed though the ranks to become the Quality Manager.
Kevin O Reilly Awarded IAI Fellowship Award
Posted on 03-12-2020
At the Institute of Architectural Ironmongery Awards Evening held at the Hallmark Hotel, Gloucester on Saturday 7th March, Kevin O’Reilly, Operations and Technical Director for Securefast was awarded the IAI Fellowship Award, which was presented by Debbie Cannon, the IAI Chairperson.
AL900 Electric Release an All-In-One Solution for Fire & Security Doors
Posted on 02-12-2020
The Securefast AL900 series of electric releases offer are an ANSI style door release, complete with stainless-steel short or long faceplates for use in metal or timber door frame applications. The electric release has been fire rated to EN1634-1 for 30 minutes timber doors both opening inward and outward, has been performance tested to EN14846 with Securefast commercial locks and CE marked having EMC tested to EN61000.
Intumescent or Not?
Posted on 01-12-2020
Many specifiers will be aware that a number of building hardware products for fire-resisting doors and doorsets are mandatory if the hardware is tested to a harmonised standard, such as single axis hinges, controlled door closers, emergency & panic exit devices, electrically powered hold open devices, electro-mechanical operated locks, mechanical locks and latches.